I get ask these questions all the time from people who want to enter staging fields and are contemplating which program is the best. Frankly, since I’ve been out of training classrooms for awhile so I don’t really know which one is better since every course probably has been modified throughout the years. Most importantly, if this is you, you should pick a training course that will fit into your career scheme and goals, unfortunately, that’s something someone you just met on internet cannot tell you.
Good Morning Cindy,My name is Real EstateÂ paralegal and investor in . I am embarking on a new career in Home Staging (which I have been doing “unofficially” for awhile now) and found your wonderful website. Congratulations on that!Â Â Most other sites thatÂ I visited were not nearly as professional, informativeÂ and easy to navigate.and I am aÂI am considering the [blah blah designation] training and was curious if you (1) went through and would recommend the training and (2) if you find that this [blah blah designation] accreditation has been beneficial to your business?It is a little expensive, so before I invest in the program, I would really appreciate any feedback that you could give me.Thank you Cindy!Â I really appreciate your time and consideration. Have a.Sincerely,Miss C
Hey Miss C
Congrats on your new career. I personally went through quite a few designations and they are all beneficial in their ways. I think you need to ask each programs what they are offering and how their students are doing in this economy. I personally have not been in the classrooms of these designation programs for a long time so I cannot say how different they are since the courses do change throughout the time.
I think the best answer would be talking to recent graduates as well as course trainers to get a better idea of how this program will fit into your lifestyle and your career goals.
I want to wish you best of luck.